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Re: LC-19 Erector tower and LUT - dimensions/drawings? Regarding the dimensions of the LC39 White Room, I was just at the KSC visitor center two weeks ago. Sorry I hadn't known of the desire for some dimensions. I

tom.dahl@ymail.com
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Re: 1:24 scale Ranger 8 assembly progress Bruno, your Ranger 8 model progress looks terrific! - Tom

tom.dahl@ymail.com
3:49 PM
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Re: LC-19 Erector tower and LUT - dimensions/drawings? Thanks Karl. I have been able to identify the launch gantry details now but I cannot find the dimensions for the White Room, which sat on top of the gantry.

mike.costello@btinternet.com
Mar 2
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Re: 1:24 scale Ranger 8 assembly progress Wow Bruno, that looks fantastic! I've been checking your website about 10 times a day, just to make sure I don't miss it :-) Peter

peterojoe
Mar 1
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1:24 scale Ranger 8 assembly progress Hello Folks, I've posted here more pictures of my build of Ranger 8 (1:24 scale). I worked on the main bus, solar panels, high gain antenna and its complex

bgiremodelguy
Mar 1
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 Well paper doesn’t survive time very well. With all my family’s moves they were damaged and eventually destroyed which is why I will someday redo all those

Vincent Meens
Feb 28
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 Yes......! Tomas? Martin? I've love a model of the early Soyuz concept, Soyuz A (http://www.astronautix.com/craft/soyuza.htm) - it looks a little like

Hugh McGuinness
Feb 28
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 Vincent Amazing modelling, especially for someone who was still at school! Thanks for letting us see these! Keith ... Vincent Amazing modelling, especially for

Keith McNeill
Feb 27
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 Thanks, Keith - much appreciated! Vincent, you did those when you were in school?? They were almost the first thing I found on the interenet when we first got

jaykirkeqp
Feb 27
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 If I redo Salyut 1 and Apollo-Soyuz at 1/48 I will use the New Ware Soyuz which obviously will need to be modified but nothing really impossible. Cordialement

Vincent Meens
Feb 27
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 Keith, I did build Skylab and Salyut at 1/48, in paper, when I was at school. Skylab was 65 cm High And Salyut 45 cm long. I do not have them anymore which is

Vincent Meens
Feb 27
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 I've always wanted someone to produce a set of Soyuz spacecraft with all the modifications that have been made over so many years, in a decent scale like 1/72

Karl Dodenhoff
Feb 26
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 That would be a very interesting project! Sent from Samsung tablet ... From: "Hugh McGuinness hugh.mcguinness@... [space-modelers]"

keithmcneill
Feb 26
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 I still have a dream of making an alternate universe ASTP in 1/48 with Big Gemini and TKS (BGTKSTP :-)... I just have to scratch build the TKS and the adaptor

Hugh McGuinness
Feb 26
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Re: 1/72 Salyut 7 And I should say, another reason being I could save time by using the Dragon 1/72 Soyuz (which does need a fair amount of modification for a model T)! ... And

Keith McNeill
Feb 26
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